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White Oak Bayou Village Murals Now Featured Online!

They were beautifully painted on the back walls of businesses in the White Oak Bayou Village Shopping Center overlooking the White Oak Bayou Bike Trail during National Night Out 2016 and they're still fervent and lively today! See the murals that grace the Near Northwest Management… Read More

The Job Opportunities Network

Welcome To The Job Opportunities Network! Our Job Opportunities Network puts Employers, Jobseekers, Job Readiness Programs, Community Colleges, Universities and Entrepreneurs all together to create a realm of support that will assist all jobseekers regardless of where they are in the job… Read More

DSC00905Butterfly & Hummingbird Garden Tours

The Garden was planted in May 2012 and is looking beautiful! It attracts visitors daily – as well as butterflies, bees and birds! Thanks to our Garden volunteers who have worked on planting and clean-up days, as well as on our Plant Sales. See the list of our plants

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White Oak PoolWhite Oak Pool Membership

Splash into summer with a membership at White Oak Pool and Pavilion! The Pool is open May 23, 2020 through September 7, 2020, Tuesday through Sunday from 1-8 pm. Pool memberships will permit usage during any and all public swim hours throughout the season.

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IMG 1584Blue Marlins Swim Team

The Blue Marlins Swim Team is a summer swim team in the Northwest Aquatic League (NWAL).  The team is made up of swimmers, boys and girls, ages 4 to 18 years.

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Ducks Forest WestDucks Descend Upon Forest West

Giving ‘Duck Dynasty’ a whole new meaning. RECENTLY, DRIVING through Forest West near Hwy. 290 and Pinemont Dr., something caught our eye enough to force us into a double take. Normally, that might be an exaggeration, but not for us. We literally looked twice, and then stopped the car. There, spanning several yards, standing in driveways, strolling the sidewalks, and padding through the grass was a sizable flock of fancy-looking, long-legged, pink-beaked ducks. Normally, when someone says they saw a sizable flock, it’s clearly an overstatement. Not us. There were dozens and dozens and dozens of them—some even lined up on the gables of a few roofs.

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